UX Design Courses

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Ensure that your produce is designed to keep users coming back for more with one of the UX design courses listed below! Get started with an in-demand career or build your existing skills. Courses available online or in a classroom near you.
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What is a UX Design?

User Experience (UX) Design is the process of designing (digital or physical) products that are useful and easy to use, which have features that create an enjoyable experience when using them. It’s the creative and analytical decision-making process on the path to pinpointing user needs, and going on to inform the facets of the product that the user needs when interacting with the product easily and intuitively. The goal of the UX Designer is to create value for the product and delight for the user. The final look of the interface is then designed by members of the UI (User Interface) department.

UX Design Courses

UX Design Courses vary; from general, introductory courses to more specific UX Design courses that use certain interfaces.  

In an introductory course, you will come to see how UX combines aspects of other fields, ranging from psychology to industrial design. Some of the topics covered will include:

  • A brief introduction to the UX Field and how it relates to other disciplines
  • Various roles within UX and the responsibilities of each role
  • Stages of a traditional design process compared to newer processes
  • Stages of the design process and the deliverables for each

In more advanced courses, participants will go on to begin truly incorporating user needs with the final product. Specifically, they will learn to design personas and stories that drive User Interface (UI) design, leverage models and UX design patterns to develop a functional design, and test UX designs to determine effectiveness in meeting user goals.

On a more advanced UX Design Course you might cover tasks such as:

  • Generate a User Experience (UX) that integrates the needs of the user with the application
  • Design personas and stories that driver User Interface (UI) design
  • Leverage models and UX design patterns to develop a functional design
  • Mold your design to gain acceptance and improve productivity
  • Test UX designs to determine effectiveness in meeting user goals

Who is eligible to attend a UX Design course?

Pre-requisites of courses vary depending on providers. Some are intended for developers who do not have any previous programming knowledge, for example. Please check carefully before applying.

Formats of Training

Classroom learning

Learning in the classroom means you can benefit from hands-on instruction and group discussions. Sign up to this option if you prefer learning face to face!

Online learning

If you are looking for a more flexible solution to your training, online learning might be perfect for you. Sign up to an online learning provider to fit your course around your lifestyle!

On-site training

On-site training for your employees and colleagues might be just the thing you’re looking for. Check with specific providers for a quote and more information, and get a qualified practitioner into your company to drive results for everyone!  

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